S. Revelle Gwyn


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S. Revelle Gwyn



Representation of two clients in a CERCLA (Superfund) Investigation, including multiple responses to Section 104(e) investigation letters, involving the Chemetco Superfund Site (The Chemico Metals Corporation facility), which operated as a secondary copper smelting facility on 41 acres of land near Hartford, Illinois.
Sale of $130 million of advanced technology assets by Intergraph Corporation.
Represented a publicly traded owner and operator of ambulatory surgery centers and surgical hospitals, as part of a joint venture with a non-profit, in the acquisition of an ambulatory surgery center in Glendale, California.
Advised Redstone Federal Credit Union regarding regulatory issues for establishment of credit union service organization and regarding ASP, SAS and other vendor contracts for implementation of retail financial services locations.
Advised credit union regarding regulatory issues for establishment of non-credit union finance company/credit union service organization, and regarding ASP, SAS and other vendor contracts for implementation of financial services retail locations.
Lead counsel in formation of technology research and development company conducting research and development activities in the United States, Europe, and China using existing and newly developed technologies and commercial licensing in Asia, Europe, and North America.
Lead counsel to privately-owned tubing company, including technology development and protection, contract negotiation, corporate governance and ownership dispute matters, and $22 million sale of company.
Lead counsel in organization of multiple physician-owned entities (and related health-care regulatory compliance, private placement of securities, and financing transactions) and their operations and governance matters.
Lead counsel in organization, growth and $25 million sale of privately-owned computer hardware “start-up” company, including private placements of securities, bank and other financing, and in-licensing and out-licensing of technologies.
Lead counsel in sale of “short line” railroad and related essential rail use, rail services, and lease transactions for seller’s affiliated manufacturing facility.
Lead intellectual property counsel in $130 million sale of intellectual property assets and related operating division for a software company.
Lead counsel in $20 million sale of partial ownership interest in metal products manufacturing company located in China to privately-owned European company and licensing of relating process, manufacturing, and product technology for use in China.